Yellow Arrow was developed by Counts Media, Inc. The project grew out of an interdisciplinary collaboration between artists based in New York, Berlin and Gothenburg, with backgrounds in avant-garde theater, documentary performance, site-specific installation, non-linear narrative, experimental cartography, and interactive media.
Making Future Magic is definitely what we call a beautiful merging of art and technology…created by Dentsu London, they “use photographic and animation techniques that were developed to draw moving 3-dimensional typography and objects with an iPad. Multiple exposures with slightly different movies make up the stop-frame animation.” Super creative and interesting…Read more at the Dentsu London blog HERE! and at the BERG blog HERE!Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London on Vimeo.
Dentsu London has created this amazing video for Canon’s PIXMA colour printer range…This project features “surreal ‘sound sculptures’ made of dancing droplets of paint captured in extreme detail as they react to sound waves” and was created in collaboration with biochemist/photographer, Linden Gledhill…Watch the “making-of-video” and the final result below…find out more about Dentsu London here!
This lovely video by Julia Yu Tsao was her Graduate Thesis Project at the Media Design Program, Art Center College of Design. Curious Displays functions simultaneously as a form of design research and as a proposal for a new product, a future display technology. Also, love the remote and warning labels she developed to go with the Display…There is so much amazing talent out there and we are always impressed with what people come up with for Thesis Projects…Check out more info about this project and more info about Julia at her site here!
Check out the amazing trailer for Battle for Hearts and Minds…In 2009, filmmaker Danfung Dennis was embedded with a company of Marines in Afghanistan and was able to catch some intense and beautiful footage. Shooting on the Canon 5d (with about a $5000 worth of gear) he was able to get a shallow depth of field and give a true film look to this run-and-gun footage. It’s a good sign when technology gets inexpensive enough for anyone to create beautiful and deeply moving works of art/commerce.
Imagine wearing a hoodie that would allow you to connect to your favorite social-networking sites, wirelessly from anywhere…Designer Jennifer Darmour has created just that. Her concept for the Ping hoodie/jacket has built-in technology that allows the user to move, twist, bend, and swing to perform simple tasks like updating and connecting with friends. Check out more of her amazing visions at her blog, here.